"Complex but well worth reading"
Now in Cleveland, he is the Traveler with no name as yet.
He lives forever, but has no idea who he was as if his past
was erased with each new corpus he enters. His eternal
mission is to keep the hidden ancient ones from enslaving
humanity when they finally reveal themselves at a time in
which their millenniums of studying and observing humanity
is almost over.
The Traveler has companions in his quest to save mankind.
Some willing but many like Shannon too filled with self-
abuse to know he has taken control of her physical and
mental form as he has done with others seemingly forever.
He knows the time is near when even an immortal might die
for the enemy has grown incredibly strong and Armageddon
appears likely. The Traveler ponders on the meaning of
life to one like him vs. these creatures he is obligated to
protect in what is a losing cause that could prove fatal to
one that can not die for how will he live if he fails at
his eternal quest.
Author Laurance Pearsongreer must be the SOUL TRAVELER
because it seems impossible for someone to have written
such an exhilarating but extremely complex science fiction
tale as this one. The enjoyable elaborate story line needs
two or three days to read, but is worth the time
investment. The Traveler is as complicated a character an
audience will find. Though some profanity occurs that fits
the characters, following the puzzling thoughts and actions
of the hero will lead readers to an intriguing look at the
complicated, enigmatic, and perhaps even convoluted world
of Mr. Pearsongreer where trips to Atlantis and Cleveland
are the norm.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 1, 2003